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Top 6 Tradesman Insurance Claim Types

Posted by Leonie Garlick on March 14, 2017

If you work as a tradesman, your daily tasks will be beset with a variety of risks. Having the right insurance policy in place is vital and is usually a legal requirement. Insurance also offers the tradesman peace of mind and can mitigate the impact...

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10 Traditional Hacks for Small Business Owners

Posted by Leonie Garlick on January 19, 2017

According to Lifehack, if every small business grew by 10%, an extra £21billion would be invested in the UK’s economy. And to give your business the best possible chance of contributing to this figure, learning to make the most of your time at work must...

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GDPR: Managing cyber risks and business insurance

Posted by David Starks on April 18, 2018

The new laws on data management – within the General Data Protection Regulation – impact on all businesses that hold personal information on EU citizens. This means that millions of UK businesses are currently auditing and improving their data control systems. It mandates companies to...

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Building projects that have gone hideously over budget

Posted by David Starks on April 11, 2018

For all construction projects, it isn’t just the completion of the work which marks a great achievement, it is knowing that the project was completed on-time and within the budget. But, for many of the UK’s largest construction projects sticking to budget hasn’t always been...

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Pubs: 4 ways to survey customers and get usable insight and feedback

Posted by David Starks on March 20, 2018

Your pub is unique, and that’s what makes it so great. But it’s never a bad idea to get some insight from your customers on how to move the business forward and find new ways to make it even better. With the British high street...

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How can cafes & coffee shops adapt to customers’ dietary & lifestyle choices?

Posted by David Starks on March 15, 2018

With more people than ever opting to eat consciously, whether the change is for diet purposes, ethical reasons or other health causes, many cafes and coffee shops are having to adapt to their customers’ new way of thinking – and eating. Here are just a...

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